COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

All Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples aged 12 and over are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination appointment.

OPENING HOURS AND LOCATION  

Opening Hours: 

Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri - 9am to 4pm 

Wed - 9am to 3pm

Locations:
  • Reef Building, 6 Moignard Street, Manoora - Ph 07 4255 8400
  • Edmonton Clinic, 7 Stokes Street, Edmonton - Ph 07 4040 3100

Vaccine Brands Available: 

Wuchopperen is currently administering the Pfizer vaccine. The vaccine is free.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples can now choose to receive the Pfizer vaccine regardless of their age at all Queensland Health Vaccination Locations and Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services.

BOOKING YOUR COVID-19 VACCINATION APPOINTMENT 

You can book an appointment by calling us on the numbers above or by coming into Wuchopperen Health Service.

Each vaccine needs two doses, each taken several weeks apart. You can book your second appointment after your first vaccination – your Health Worker will be able to tell you how many weeks you will need to wait.   

AFTER YOUR VACCINATION 

As with any vaccine, you may have some side effects after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.

Common side effects after the COVID -19 Pfizer vaccine include:

·         pain or swelling at the injection site

·         tiredness

·         headache

·         muscle pain

·         fever and chills

·         joint pain.

Less common side effects after the COVID -19 Pfizer vaccine include:

·         redness at the injection site

·         nausea

·         enlarged lymph nodes

·         feeling unwell

·         pain in limb

·         insomnia

·         itching at the injection site.


These side effects are usually mild and usually go away within one or two days. If you have a side effect that worries you, please call us on 07 4255 8400